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Garth Brooks Lyrics Mr. midnight

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Mr. midnight

by Garth Brooks. Buy album CD: Scarecrow

Rain on the roof and time on my hands
It sure seemed quiet out there in radio land
They call me at the all-night station
Make their special dedications
And I do my best to play their request
When it's a desperate situation
This was a desperate situation

I'm Mr. Midnight alone and blue
The brokenhearted call me up
When they don't know what else to do
Every song is a reminder of the love that they once knew
I'm Mr. Midnight can I play a song for you

"caller on the line could you please hold on?"
I recognized her voice the minute I picked up the phone
Should I tell her that it's me or leave it at a memory
Haven't been myself since the day she left
And I'm never gonna be
I'm forever gonna be

[Repeat Chorus]

Imagine my surprise when she spoke my name
She said, "Could you tell him that I love him and I wish things could be the same."
Then a voice I never knew
Said, "Honey, who you talking to?"

[Repeat chorus]

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Album: Scarecrow (2001) Lyrics
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  1. Beer run
  2. Beer Run (B-double E-double Are You In?)
  3. Why ain't i running
  4. Beer Run (B-double E-double Are You In?) (garth Brooks With George Jones)
  5. Wrapped Up In You
  6. The storm
  7. Beer run (b double e double are you in?)
  8. Thicker Than Blood
  9. Big money
  10. Squeeze me in
  11. Squeeze Me In (Garth Brooks With Trisha Yearwood)
  12. Mr. midnight
  13. Pushing up daisies
  14. Rodeo or mexico
  15. Don't cross the river
  16. When you come back to me again


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